End Allergy Symptoms

Through testing and treatment, we can help alleviate your symptoms

 

The number one complaint of patients is that they feel their doctor doesn’t listen to them. We make it a priority that our patients feel listened to and truly cared for. You are not just another number here. You are a person and will be treated with compassion.

 

We do not routinely overbook our schedules. That way, patients can be seen in a timely fashion and the doctor can spend sufficient time to answer questions. We participate in most major health plans. We file your insurance for you and try to make the financial aspect of your visit as simple as possible.

Dr. Khare is Board Certified in both Internal Medicine and Allergy/Clinical Immunology. This means that she has done extra training and had taken comprehensive exams in both of these areas.

 

Dr. Khare completed her Internal Medicine residency training at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago, Illinois. Dr. Khare completed her Allergy and Immunology fellowship training at National Jewish Medical and Research Center (the number one respiratory hospital in the country!)

 

 

What Our Clients Say

 

I was having really bad headaches and had surgery two times with no results. After starting allergy injections for about two months all of my headaches went away and have stayed away for the past two years. I wish I had come in sooner. The office is very professional and caring. Would highly recommend. ~ Beth Tate, Panama City Beach

 

 

 

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Location:

 

2687 Jenks Ave
Panama City, FL 32405

850-747-3665 office

 

Our Services:

 

Asthma & Other

Allergic Rhinitis

Skin Allergies

 

 

 

Allergy Testing

Immunology

Sinus Infections

 

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